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drink. "I'll be seeing you. Where is she-in number one?"
George nodded. "I gave her the suite. There's nobody else in the place anyway."
" Maybe that's as well," said O'Day.
He went up the winding stairway; knocked on the door of number one. Her voice told him to come in. He opened the door and entered. The room was comfortably furnished. There was a fire burning. Round the walls the hunting prints gave the room an old-fashioned air. There were some bottles, glasses and a. syphon on the carved oak sideboard.
Merys Vanner said: "Well, Terry, how's it going? Would you like a drink?" Her voice was subdued.
" Yes," said O'Day. "You look as if one might do you good. How're you feeling, Merys?"
" I feel all right, thank you very much." She stood, one arm on the mantelpiece, looking into the fire.
O'Day went to the sideboard; mixed himself a drink. He asked: "Are you having one?"
She shook her head.
O'Day said: "Too bad that you're feeling like that. You know what you look like to me?"
" No, what do I look like?"
" You're a very beautiful woman," said O'Day. "And I like that house-coat very much. I like the way your hair's done. You look a picture. Beyond that you might be a mackerel watching the approach of the fishermen's net, mightn't you?"
She said: "Yes? What fisherman and what net?"

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